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DEREK JETER RUMORS & GOSSIP

Derek Jeter Rented Out Club And Partied With 30 Models

Derek Jeter post retirment continues to be a legend off the field. Jeter decided to throw a Football party bash in NYC, and what more ‘Jeterian’ way to party than with a club filled with gorgeous models? Via Page Six: Retirement is suiting Derek Jeter very well. The former Yankees captain partied at a private bash with 30 attractive girls, a group of his friends and an open...
Via Geeks and Cleats
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Derek Jeter Partied With 30 Women Sunday Night (No Hannah Davis)

  So I guess Derek Jeter is really feeling this whole retirement thing. Thus far, far he’s set up The Players’ Tribune to give athletes a “voice” and copyeditors a job. Oh, and he’s allegedly partying with a ton of women too. According to Page Six, Jeter rented out a restaurant in the Meatpacking District on Sunday so he could watch the Seahawks-Cardinals game with like...
Via Busted Coverage
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Jeter parties with 30 model-like women?

If a Page Six report is to be believed and the details prove accurate, Derek Jeter, who maintained an incredibly low profile during his 20-year, big league career under the bright lights in the big city of New York, may be letting loose a bit as he eases into retirement life. According to the New...Read More The post Derek Jeter allegedly parties with 30 ‘model-like women’ at...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Derek Jeter can't find baseball team to buy: Report

Pity poor Derek Jeter. And I don't mean poor in a financial sense. Or any sense, come to think of it. The retired former Yankees shortstop has a sizable amount of cash at his disposal (net worth $185 million) with plenty of investors more than willing to throw money at the thought of partnering with the MLB legend. But sadly for The Captain, he reportedly still isn’t having...
Via The Other Paper
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Red Sox Cashing in on Derek Jeter

Thirteen months ago, when the New York Yankees shelled out $12 million to keep Derek Jeter for one more season, many scoffed saying he was past his prime and not worth it. And who knows, after posted a career-low .256 and an overall yuck of a season…maybe they were right. However, the Yankees (and, really, anyone with a pulse) financially made the best move they could have. Simply...
Via Hall of Very Good
7 days ago  |  Discuss

The Ball Used During Derek Jeter’s Last Game Was Auctioned Off For A Lot

And you probably thought that the Derek Jeter media frenzy was over. Nope. The sensation this past season for the MLB was Derek Jeter’s retirement. From his gifts to the lavish farewell in Fenway, this was well covered. This article also addresses a question I once had back in September. “What’s going to happen to the balls used during this game?” Well, they were auctioned...
Via Geeks and Cleats
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Somebody Paid $24K For Jeter's Last Out Ball

The NOG (New Ownership Group) is nothing if not opportunistic. If there's a buck to be made, you can be assured that John Henry and crew will make it. So, when the opportunity came to auction off the ball from Derek Jeter's final MLB out (September 28, 2014), off went the NOG to the official MLB auction site. And, sure enough, some fool bid $24, 025.00 for the spheroid. It's not...
Via FenwayNation
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Baseball used to record Derek Jeter’s final out nets $24,000 at auction (photo)

The baseball used during a game between the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox that ultimately proved to be the the final out Derek Jeter recorded during his 20-year Hall of Fame career netted some big money at auction on Monday night. The ball, auctioned off on the MLB Auctions website, reportedly landed a...Read More The post Baseball used to record Derek Jeter’s final out...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
9 days ago  |  Discuss

Red Sox Auctioning Off Two Historic Pieces Of Derek Jeter Memorabilia

Baseball fans are running out of time to get their piece of history. The Boston Red Sox are offering fans a unique chance to own two different pieces historic baseball memorabilia centered around Derek Jeter’s final Major League Baseball game. The New York Yankees shortstop’s career came to an end in October at Fenway Park where the Sox and their fans...
Via NESN.com
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Derek Jeter shares sage advice on how to avoid bad press

Save for a handful of semi-salacious stories hitting the back pages of the daily tabloids — beginning and ending with the infamous “gift basket for romantic conquests” rumor, something he denies to this day — Derek Jeter mostly avoided being in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons during his 20-year career under the bright...Read More The post Derek Jeter on how to avoid...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
14 days ago  |  Discuss
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